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Power saving/Idle mode for modules

Fredrik Forsberg 4 years ago updated by Gustav Widén (System support) 2 years ago 1

Hello,


It would be nice to be able to set some kind of power saving/idle mode for a module.

Meaning it could be in power saving mode with a very low cycle time and inactivated I/O's, waiting for a trigger event.

In our application this could be used as for e.g. a diesel heater timer. Then we could integrate the diesel heater to the iqan display.


/Fredrik

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Functional safety for steer by wire

Our colleagues at Parker LORD are running a webinar on functional safety for steer by wire next week:

https://www.lord.com/event/webinar-functional-safety-for-steer-by-wire

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Substitute a L90ls electrovalve with resistances:

Dingoma 3 years ago updated by Gustav Widén (System support) 3 years ago 3

Hello, I want to know if is possible to substitute a L90ls electrovalve with a resistence to check an expansion module.
I want to make a  bank to conect a master or a slave module (XP2, XA2, MC43...) and check outputs of the module.
As the electrovalve has 21-23 ohms, I've used a 20 and 30 ohms resistence, but  "open load" error appears with both options.
Is there any way to check the outputs with a test bank?

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LSL with full Latching/Detent

Barth Hollanddrain 6 years ago updated by Johan Lidén (Product manager) 6 years ago 1

Is there any development in an (for example) LSL jostick with full detend/latching

So that the joystick stays in position.


We've had a couple occasions where this would be a great solution.

Answer

The IQAN-LSL joystick is available with different detent options, both mechanical and electromagnetic options with different characteristics like detent postions and spring forces. You can read more about them in the datasheet and instruction book.

Datasheet:

http://www.parker.com/Literature/Electronic%20Controls%20Division/Literature%20files/IQAN-LSL_catalog_HY33-8302-UK.pdf


Instruction book

http://www.parker.com/Literature/Electronic%20Controls%20Division/Literature%20files/iqan-lsl_uk_instructionbook.pdf

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control a servo with pulse range 500-2500us and frequency 50-330hz(DSS-M15S)

chuck streb 10 months ago updated by Arbutus 10 months ago 3

I am setting up my first project, run a servo.

I see how to set the frequency of the tag, but i don't see how to set pulse width.

0%=500us pulse  100%=2500us pulse.

Any example would be helpful 

Thank you !

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Software download via USB

mgoutier 2 years ago 0

It would be super helpful to have a USB port on new master modules that would allow end users to plug in and download new software that we could send them, instead of making them purchase IQAN Run. Just an idea, I'm sure others agree that some sort of alternative way to allow end-users or dealers to load program updates would be very helpful. (if there is a way to do this without any additional hardware please let me know)

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4-20mA , 0-5,0-10 VDC industrial command signals

Steve Liljestrand 4 years ago updated by Theo 3 years ago 4

The MC4x now has Current loop inputs (4-20 mA) but no 4-20 mA Output. 

Does Parker IQAN ever plan to offer a module (ICP Compatible) with Industrial output command signals Such as 4-20mA , 0-5VDC and 0-10 VDC?

I work with some Hybrid applications that integrate Industrial PLC's with IQAN Mobile controllers.

We are often struggling with signal integration between the two platforms. I know there are CAN to Analog solutions but they cost money and take time to integrate.


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Serial numbers from clone

Marcel 2 months ago updated 2 months ago 3

If you make a clone, can you read the serial numbers of the hardware where the clone is retracted from? In the clone file somewhere I mean.

Thanks,

Marcel

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IQAN ST sensor current consumption

RMardis 2 months ago updated by Gustav Widén (System support) 2 months ago 1

Is 5 - 7.5 uA correct for current consumption? or is that a typo in the data sheet?

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PT100 Temperature Sensors

Richard Staite 8 months ago updated by Gustav Widén (System support) 4 months ago 2

Can any tell me if its possible to use a PT100 Type S temperature sensor on a voltage input in a MC43?